With Inbal Goldblit
My Foolish Heart
With Inbal Goldblit
The album Room 13 was recorded July 17th 2008 at the Classical Studio and contains nine pieces. All the music is original. It is a modern Jazz piano trio. The musicians are:
Asaf Flumendorf on piano, Noam Israeli on drums and Yair Loewenson on bass. Recording engineer is Eyal Zaliouk. The CD is distributed by CDbaby.com.
In August 2010 I recorded my next album "The Aquarium" at the Classical Studio. Like the previous album it is a modern Jazz piano trio, this time with Eran Talmor on the piano and Noam Israeli on the drums. The CD includes nine original tunes, one of them a composition by Eran Talmor.
The CD Old Bottles New Wine featuring the legendary tenor sax player Mark Turner was released at 2015. In 2016 Yair was a guest of the Jazz faculty of the University of Delaware and performed in Philadelphia. A collaboration with American vibes player Harvey Price led to performances in Vienna and a CD that will be released soon. Yair is a co-founder at ToneLine, a company that provides music lessons at the Internet.
Bass: I play electric bass since 1990. The bass is the first instrument that I performed with. These days I teach the bass to many students. My favorite bass players are: Jeff Berlin, Steve Swallow and Jaco Pastorius. Jeff Berlin is a very original player that got a unique voice on the instrument. I recommend his CD "Pump It". Steve Swallow: another great bassist and composer. I dig his solos and compositions and very muchrecommend his album "Home". Jaco Pastorius is the most popular bass player. He's a real revolutionist. I dig his sound and his great freedom and recommend listening to him on Weather Report CDs.
Recording with Eran Talmor:
We recorded one of my compositions at home. Eran Talmor used a software by Pianoteq. After sending the recorded piece to the company, they put it on their demo page: www.pianoteq.com/listen_modern. The title is: "leolam lo".
In the year 2000 I performed at two Jazz festivals:
The first was "Jazz Rally Düsseldorf" in Germany, where I played with the local big band as a soloist.
The second was the prestigious "Red Sea Festival" in Eilat, Israel, where I participated with the Haifa Septet. This band played some of my compositions and arrangements.
During the 90's I performed at two other festivals in Israel: "Ein Gev Festival" and "Misgav's Days of Music and Nature".